by McMurray Staff
Molting is a natural process that chickens go through annually so they can replenish and replace their feathers. Chickens need to grow new feathers to allow them to effectively regulate their body temperature especially those in colder environments.
Chickens will molt several times during their lives. The first molt is called a “juvenile” molt and occurs when they are only 6 – 8 days old… Continue Reading
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Chicken Feather Loss: Cause and Cure
Posted by The Happy Chicken Coop
It can be a frightening sight, walking out towards your chicken coop and seeing feathers scattered everywhere. My first thought is usually the worst- has a predator broken into the coop and attacked my chickens? Luckily, I haven’t ever lost any of my chickens to a predator and their feather loss is normally something much less serious… Continue Reading
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